Roz makes some delicious gooey s’mores waffles with just 5 ingredients!
Don’t try this at home…just kidding, you should, immediately! So delicious!
What happens after a day of not tracking? Does it turn into two days? a week? Do you immediately go to past habits? Starving yourself, low carb, over exercising?
This is outside of my comfort zone.
My comfort zone consists of my house, my bed, my normal foods.
It definitely does not consist of traveling around the country, sleeping in different beds, unsure of what I’m going to eat
Living in Florida my beautiful winter wardrobe spends most of its time in hibernation. So I relish those rare chilly days when the temperature falls below 70℉! I dig out my
There are two things in this world that I will never say no to; 1. free stuff (seriously it’s free, why would you?!) and, 2. peanut butter ♥︎ 🙂
I could (and pretty much do) eat peanut butter with EVERYTHING. Don’t believe me? Check out my deluxe double bacon turkey burger with crunchy peanut butter & crispy plantain bun. What’s that you say? #drooling! Before I got crazy creative with my peanut butter experiences, like most normal children my first introduction to peanut butter was through traditional means.
Eating out is often thought of as a quick, convenient and enjoyable experience. Restaurants provide an environment where you can relax in the company of good friends and appreciate a delicious meal. Despite this, eating out can be a major source of anxiety and discomfort for many of us. Why? Well a huge number of us struggle with keeping our weight in check. Because of this, many subscribe to a life-long dieting mindset and worry about staying on track when eating out. When faced with huge portion sizes, alcohol, peer pressure, overly salted or sugary foods, is it any wonder why?
I’ve been talking about making Chicken and Waffles for quite some time now but having never experienced this southern breakfast staple I wasn’t exactly sure what I was missing out on. Sure I’d heard great things from foodie friends, but no one had quite prepared me for the life altering, taste explosion that this succulent, sweet & salty combo would deliver.
“Welcome new friends into your home.”
These life lessons are all about the people we met, the people that opened up their homes, their lives, and most importantly their pantry for us!
Most people don’t realize,
We’re 4 days into 2017, the New Year’s hangover has finally worn off and that Christmas ‘bloat’ is slowly beginning to subside. We’re feeling a little better but a little better isn’t good enough, we want to feel our best! It’s that time of year again where we recommit to a total lifestyle overhaul in pursuit of the best versions of ourselves. And this year, you’re convinced, will be it! 2017 is going to be THE year for health, fitness and those ever-elusive abs, even if it kills you! To start, you’ll renounce all unhealthy habits – quit smoking, no more alcohol on weekdays, give up sugar period – and reinstate your commitment to the wholesome trinity of New Year’s resolutions: workout more, lose weight, follow a healthy diet. Your body is a temple and health & fitness are your religion. Except, all this sounds kind of familiar to last year’s resolutions and you kind of like your weekday wine night with the girls…Well what if I told you that New Year’s Resolutions are bull shit!? Yes, you heard me right.
On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to meeeeee! a donut that was completely macro free! 🙂 I’ve been dying to make donuts for the longest time now so when my CrossFit box announced their potluck Christmas party, it was the perfect excuse to get my butt back in the kitchen & get creative with these festive looking Reindeer donuts. It just doesn’t feel like Christmas until I get my holiday bake on & sing along like a lunatic to my all-time favorite Christmas tunes. You know, those old classics like Wham’s “Last Christmas.”